By highlighting the geometric and mechanical structure of flowers, computer graphics illustrator Macoto Murayama produced these beautiful renderings. These flowers must not be seen as "just a simulation of old nature"; they are constructional studies, made to inspire (who wouldn't want to live in a flower-tower?!).
Check out Murayama's other awesome CG's:
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